super8 | 8mm | 16mm

  1. A guide shows a charismatic statue to a group of tourists. Unfortunately he doesn't allow them to take photos. The tourists are disappointed and one of them comes back after a few minutes. But the statue isn't beaten yet...

    Shot on 35mm Kodak motion picture film.

    Adolfo Assor and Tobias Kasimirowicz

    producer: Christine Rau
    script: Jan Schneider, Björn Bethke
    cinematography: Björn Bethke
    editing: Lale Özdönmez
    production design + visual effects: Jan Schneider
    sound + music: Florian Marquardt
    directed by Andreas Scheffer

    A production of the Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen "Konrad Wolf", Potsdam-Babelsberg.

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  2. 16mm, Color, 2011

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  3. Directed by ROJO (Josef Baar & François Roland) for Big Soul.

    DOP : Florent Herry
    LABEL: Sony Music

    More music videos by ROJO : ROJO Music Videos

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  4. Music video
    year 2003

    Taken from the album Few Lazy Words (Ghost Records/Santeria)

    KODACHROME 40 Movie Film

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  5. A branding commercial for Adrenaline Movement's summer 2011 line of clothing.

    creative direction / cinematography / editing : Timothy Ryan
    art director : Brett Baldwin
    executive producer : Parker Anger
    associate producer: Casey Rector
    line producer : Kelly Yahr
    1st ac / gaffer : Cody Caldwell
    key grip : Scott LeDuc
    colorist : Joe Mulraney @ Post Group
    l & g equipment : Gene Sivé Productions, San Diego

    camera : arri sr3 super 16mm
    lenses : zeiss super speeds 9.5mm, 12mm, 16mm, 25mm, 50mm, 85mm; 3.5mm fisheye
    kodak 7201

    music : "kites" by geographer © Tricycle Records 2010

    shot on location in Point Loma and Sunset Cliffs, San Diego, CA in June 2011

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    The tragicomedy of the absurd, taken in 1989 based on the works of Daniil Kharms (1905-1942).
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